UMGC ImpactWhere to Give
When you give to UMGC, you become a part of something astonishing. You make the seemingly impossible, possible. Explore below to learn the different ways in which you can assist current and future UMGC students fulfill their education dreams.
During the last academic year, UMGC awarded more than 14,300 student scholarships. This scholarship support helps to keep the cost of education affordable, ensuring that even more deserving students achieve their academic goals. Explore the different scholarships you can support today!
Remove financial barriers to help our students – and their families – in their greatest time of need by giving to the UMGC Student Aid Fund for Emergency Relief (SAFER). This fund will help our students with not only educational expenses, but with other needs to help them continue their studies during times of hardship.
For nearly three decades, the UMGC Arts Program has enriched the College Park and Adelphi, Maryland, communities through diverse visual art exhibitions, educational outreach lectures, book signings, and meet-the-artist receptions. Learn how your support can provide funding to cultivate and preserve the arts community today!
As a recognized leader in providing a transformative education to students, UMGC is committed to ensuring academic excellence and quality in our education programs. Your gift to UMGC can help provide critical financial assistance to initiatives and programs designed to enhance their academic experience to help position them for success.
Area of Great Need
If you are uncertain about which scholarship or program areas you would like to support at UMGC, you may always make an unrestricted gift. These gifts are vital to the university because they enable funding to go directly to the area of greatest and most immediate need.
Funding is designed to help student veterans cover costs related to education when federal financial aid and VA benefits are unavailable or exhausted. This funding is to offset costs related to academics, completion, or transition for individuals who demonstrate financial hardship.